Upon the release of both Assassin's Creed Rogue and Assassin's Creed Unity, here is a final comparison between the two and which one is truly better.
I'm loving AC Unity (despite its flaws) but as soon as Rogue gets an "HD" version on XB1/PS4, I'll be buying that. Black Flag is still my favorite in the series. And, yes, an HD version is gonna happen because: Ubisoft.
That's what I'm waiting for too. I am more interested in playing Rogue than Unity. Unity was the 1st AC game I skipped
Rogue no doubt, Unity is a broken mess.
U mean PC version.
Lmao! "Because: Ubisoft" lol hahahahaha!
@"Assassin’s Creed Rogue vs. Assassin’s Creed Unity, Who Wins?" Ubisoft...
i like ACU too, however i have to the story is pretty weak, i dont care about arno at all.
Unfortunately for those who have moved on from PS3...the Gamer is the loser since they can't play the more superior version of the series this fall, AC Rogue. I know there will be some folks who'll defend AC Unity as a good game, and arguably it isn't a bad game. But it is sub-par technically IMO. Ubisoft were just too ambitious on current gen...no point blaming PS4/X1 since the design process starts and ends with the developer. They should have scaled back when they realized the CPU's on both systems weren't up to the job, rather than release the game in its current state.
This wasn't a comparison review of the two titles features, it was an opinion piece that merely said while rogue was like the old AC games unity is like.....N4G keep up the quality work. Wow ya keep on lowering that bar. Did ya see the SouthPark epi on just that? You should..
You should have compared overall performance as well. Unity is a buggy mess. Rogue has minor glitches at worst.
Ubisoft, and thats the problem.
neither Rogue was just a prequel to Assassins Creed 3 with a small prelude to Assassins creed Unity. Rogue is basically Assassins Creed 3 with a different main charactor it really could have been DLC Im pretty sure that is how it started life as either Ac3 or Ac4 DLC.
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